My husband isn't a big fan of pork chops in general. He thinks they are always dry and boring. Well...you've given us a pork chop recipe that he actually likes!!! The chops were nice and tender with great flavor. It was a pretty easy recipe too -- the hardest part was to remember to prepare it the night before so it would have time to marinate. Super recipe, thanks for posting! Made for PRMR tag.
HOLY! If your a chili head this ones for you. I used dried anchos and a 1/4 cup of reserved liquid to 3/4 cup of chicken stock.I dont know where the other tbsp of vinegar goes but who cares.Absolutely fantastic!
WOW! That is some marinade, loved it. Left the chops in the marinade overnight.The combined taste of all the herbs and spices is incredable and we finished with lovely tender chops. Absolutely a keeper!! Thanks for sharing.
Wonderful flavor! Reminded us of some wonderful chops we had in New Mexico last year...intense but not overpowering. Will make this again. Thank you so much!
Fantastic, i marinated over night then cooked the chops on my George Foreman and they turned out lovely and tender, the flavour was as well, will definitely make them again.
This marinade is smoking. We used a mix of ancho and guanijillo chilis. Next time we'll double the batch of sauce so that we can keep it in the fridge. Would work well on chicken.
I marinated these chops overnight and they certainly came out tender and had a nice gentle heat. I'd be careful to wipe off most of the marinade before you broil them though as mine burned in the oven and created quite a bit of smoke! I think this is a tasty dish, but perhaps one best done outside on the barbeque.